Antique Newspaper Nails with Vintage Flowers: robin moses steampunk nail art design tutorial 498

Posted by on Jun 23, 2012 in Videos | 20 comments

(found in the flower playlist) find answers to frequently asked questions below. here is a design that is one of my moms favorites. she collected ephemera. (rest in peace mom) (most asked questions LINK) robinmosesnailart.blogspot.com (most asked questions in video LINK) www.youtube.com www.facebook.com robinmosesnailart.blogspot.com twitter.com robinmosesnailart.tumblr.com pinterest.com AND GIRLS WHO ARE NEW TO ME!!!—-BECOME MY FAN HERE (it takes only seconds.it is so important to me) nailartgallery.nailsmag.com
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UPDATE!! ** YouTube yanked my audio that included instructions… apparently I used unauthorized music at the beginning and end. I’ve subbed in some random music from their available list just so you won’t have to watch in silence – SORRY! Using the “Lil Victorian Steampunk Lad Eric” digi stamp from Tickled Pink Stamps.com that I colored with copic markers, I make this hanging wall art piece for my son. Its called “Explore and Conquer”. I thought of him right away when I saw this image and knew I had to make him something with it. Hope you enjoy the video and feel free to ask any questions! Have a super day! Products used: Digi stamps, copic markers, balsa wood wall hanging from dollar store, distressing, tim holtz alcohol inks and stains, Graphic 45 Steampunk Debutante papers, DCWV Tattered Time
Video Rating: 5 / 5

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  1. Oh my gosh Robin! This is just amazing! I have never seen such a beautiful design!
    I love watching your videos and I think that all of them are so special because you love doing what you do. That, for me makes watching your videos such a good time!

    I hope to be as good as you one day and to be able to make other people happy and amazed at what I can create for them.

  2. Beautiful!

  3. i wish i could. it is so long ago….they are all frankenpolishes. you need white, a thin brown to make it look aged and then follow ………….the best way to get it exact is to practice. it will take lots of time to get exact but if you learn the idea of the design, you can do it and totally make it your own! xoxox i am so so glad you like it :D

  4. robin, this is by FAR by favorite design of yours that u have ever done. i would really like to try this but i need to know the exact paints polishes and coats that u used. i wanna do it exactly u. you are a wonderful artist and you are my nail design idol (: please let me know the colors and brands of the paints polishes and coats pleaseee (: <3

  5. love love it thans robin

  6. Love love your work!! I wish I would be close to you so you could do my nails every time! hahaha

  7. This is so beautiful! You are absolutely amazing!

  8. bellisimoooooooooo
    

  9. omg robin!!! like im sitting here staring with my jaw dropped saying SHUT UP! to my computer!! omfg!!! cray cray!!! you’re actually the most talented person and you’re so amazing and humble and don’t even boast about it! you have SO inspired me to do nail art! love you and thank you <3

  10. Very beautiful nail art! What kind of paint do you use? Acrylic paint? I want to try this out =D Wish me luck!

  11. LOL!!!

  12. ” and then when you’re done, it will look like this” she says… liar.

  13. You do your own acrylics?

  14. Is it actual newspapers

  15. Thank you so much for your kind words!! The Lil Victorian Steampunk Lad Eric is a digital stamp from the website: tickledpinkstamps out of Australia. They have a lot of super cute and unique stamps (I am not affiliated). I do have other videos here! Just click on the …11 videos … button just above the video here to see other similar ones. Thanks so much for stopping by and taking the time to make me smile with your questions and comments!

  16. Thank you so much! It’s too bad my audio got cut, but thanks for watching anyway – you’re super sweet!

  17. I love love love this project….could be done in a group workshop setting for people who never got affirmed that they had what it took to make it as adults. Where did you get the adorable boy illustration? Also, I really love how your arranged everything….and we at our house also use emery boards to file things down or to add an aged look. Even those who build radio controlled aircraft kits!!! Great job…do you have other videos on here?

  18. Never mind the music, your project is awesome!!! tfs

  19. Wow! I’m impressed! Yep, that’s where the inspiration came from. Thank you for the encouragement, you’re too sweet!

  20. I love your user name…did you get it from the movie “The Other Sister”? I could watch that 100 times and I still find it very entertaining. Keep on scrappin and postin!!!